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March 27, 2015
Dear Let's Talk Winning subscribers, customers, friends,
I'm proud to present you my latest system, SLDW, which stands for Single Loss Double Win. It's designed for all even paying bets of all games, such as such as Red/Black, High/Low, Even/Odd in Roulette, Player/Banker in Baccarat, Pass-Line/Don't Pass Line in Craps, Small/Big in Sic Bo, etc.
It shows a high performance for a double zero roulette wheel, which is a 5.26% house edge game for only betting Reds and Blacks. If used for all 3 even bet areas, the profits are tripled. For Baccarat, the odds are better and so are the profits, not mentioning the speed of the game being also 3 times faster.
The system is the result of high end innovation with the goal of achieving high profits without requiring high bets or a huge amount of bankroll. The idea behind the system is something you have never seen before.
It goes through four passes of efficiency procedures until the optimum results are achieved, keeping the system as simple as possible with the simplest bet selection, such as betting on one or both sides of an even bet, regardless of any past decisions, patterns or anything that doesn't really alter the odds for the next decision.
The system's forte is the actual bet method, which is not altered from one procedure to the next, keeping the same structure for clarity. The result is the utmost sophisticated system, that will amaze you all.
Going from one pass to another, bet sizes are tremendously reduced. Reaching the final stage of the system required the betting of only 2% of the original initial stage. Whatever result could require the betting of 63 units to achieve a profit at the end of the run in the first stage was reduced to as low as 1 unit for the same decision in the final stage.
In fact, the highest bet overall for the entire 15,000 Zumma roulette spins does not exceed 86 units. A 200 unit session bankroll is used most efficiently. If a run should be abandoned, the session bankroll would be the total loss. This happens not more than 6 times throughout the entire 15,000 spins, thus a total of 1468 units are generated. Your lifetime bankroll would be about twice that amount, thus 400 units, in case a session loss would occur back to back, which never does for Zumma. In fact, you gain the first 500 units without any abandoned runs at all, which is an amazing performance. Thus you never require more than your initial 200 unit bankroll. You even build it up gradually during the use of the system.
At $20 a unit, this makes a total profit of 1,468 X $20 = $29,360 for 15,000 spins. If a spin takes a minute, 15,000 spins are 15,000 minutes or 250 hours. And your hourly profit becomes $29,360 / 250 = $117.44 an hour. Not bad! And this is for a 00 roulette table, which has a 5.26% house edge. That means, you can profit even more with better odds system, such as single zero roulette or Baccarat. Also the speed of Baccarat will be 3 times faster, thus you can count for $500 an hour using SLDW.
Here is the performance chart of the system for 15,000 Zumma roulette spins betting only on Reds and Blacks:
We can see that the six 200 unit abandoned runs do not affect the overall profitability of the system, that keeps rising in profits indefinitely.
You can triple those gains when you use the system for the other even bets as well, thus achieve 4500 units, or gain 1500 units in Baccarat three times faster.
The system is $500, an amount you will make during the first hour of the usage of the system with a $20 unit size. Early bird purchasers will have a 50% discount, for $250, if you buy the system by April 15, 2015. The system has a non-conditional money back guarantee, should you want to return it within 30 days of your purchase, no strings attached, no questions asked, as usual.
If you need printouts of the system document,
it will be delivered to your
mailing address for $10 extra. You won't have more than 11 pages of
easy and to-the-point reading.
Wishing you all the best!
Izak Matatya's digital art works: www.izakmatatya.com
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